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Being a successful foundational Black American of 2020 is nothing new. Black Americans have contributed our conservativeness to the United States , for hundreds of years, we built and shaped the energy of this country. The first Black leaders in America were sent to Africa, which

The smart city can be seen as the city of a future that’s quickly arriving; some cities, such as Singapore, Zurich, and Oslo, are already the epitome of the smart city realized. What then, is a smart city? It’s a city that utilizes different types

With the holidays upon us, so is gift-giving and, inevitably for most, holiday debt. With seasonal holidays are upon us, it’s no surprise that annually, Americans’ credit card debt tends to increase in November and December. As of last year, the average holiday debt of 1 in 3 Americans was $1,249. Average spending varied

You may notice a lot more men sporting mustaches this November. You may think something is going on. And you would be right. November is also Movember, a month where men are encouraged to celebrate their manhood and draw attention to men's health issues by

It was a beautiful October night on the Hudson for the enCourage Kids Serving Up Smiles food tasting event at Chelsea Piers. The Lighthouse was the perfect place to host hundreds of supporters in a venue filled with many of the best restaurants and chefs

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is upon us again and expect to see the familiar pink ribbons and pink everything else that have become the very recognizable symbol of this very important cause. I've always thought the biggest proof of the overwhelming success of this awareness

Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, Connor is a dynamic, one-of-a-kind creator, scientist, and gifted communicator. Quirky and innovative with a kick-ass personality, Connor is a contemplative yet fiery redhead with passions for modeling, social psychology, and environmental studies. Connor began her modeling journey somewhat by

The NFL or National Football League, like many sports leagues, is dominated by men. However, with society becoming more proactive about tackling gender inequality in all industries, women are making strides in the NFL—as executives, referees, and staff members. Considering that about 47% of the

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